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    Crime scene photos CASUAL VERSION

    When I go to www.ocso.com and I go to the link for the crime photos it tells me they have been taken down.

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    Does anyone else have them? or a link to them?
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    Sure do!

    http://www.rsxtaci.com/Caylee/

    I'd say about 3/4 of them are aerial photos; photos of the actual site are toward the bottom of the list.

    Of course, there are no photos of bones, just trees and vegetation and orange buckets. Pink and yellow flags stuck in the ground.

    You can tell by the tree trunks that the area fills up with water pretty regularly, IMO.

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    Thanks!

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    the rsxtaci.com/Caylee address will remain active and you guys can download as much as you want and link wherever you want.

    i have unlimited bandwidth so i don't mind one bit! happy clicking WSers.

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    So, am I to surmise that the blue tent is over the actual area where Caylee's body was discovered? If so, thats ALARMINGLY close to the road. It would have been seen before last week, surely.

    Im going to log a vote that the meter reader dude moved that bag to where it was last Thursday.
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    Does this pic show the bag in the distance? I can't tell for sure but it looks like it may be.

    http://www.rsxtaci.com/Caylee/195831.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by PassTheMotrin View Post
    Sure do!

    http://www.rsxtaci.com/Caylee/

    I'd say about 3/4 of them are aerial photos; photos of the actual site are toward the bottom of the list.

    Of course, there are no photos of bones, just trees and vegetation and orange buckets. Pink and yellow flags stuck in the ground.

    You can tell by the tree trunks that the area fills up with water pretty regularly, IMO.
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    wow- a picture really does say a thousand words.

    Firstly caylees body was probaby not placed that close to the road, but ended up there after the waters subsided.

    Secondly, I know that there were reprts of LE entering the woods with machetes to clear the underbrush, but just how much did they clear?
    I had thought the area was much more dense with lttle room for movement, but clearly that is not the case(unless they went nuts with the machetes ;but they would need a bulldozer too)

    All I know is that each time we see or hear new evidence instead of it clearing things up, i end up more confused than ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marina2 View Post
    Does this pic show the bag in the distance? I can't tell for sure but it looks like it may be.

    http://www.rsxtaci.com/Caylee/195831.jpg
    I lightened the pic up in photoshop and it looks like a black trash bag to me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by butwhatif? View Post
    wow- a picture really does say a thousand words.

    Firstly caylees body was probaby not placed that close to the road, but ended up there after the waters subsided.

    Secondly, I know that there were reprts of LE entering the woods with machetes to clear the underbrush, but just how much did they clear?
    I had thought the area was much more dense with lttle room for movement, but clearly that is not the case(unless they went nuts with the machetes ;but they would need a bulldozer too)

    All I know is that each time we see or hear new evidence instead of it clearing things up, i end up more confused than ever.
    There was heavy underbrush and it was cut away. You can tell that had been under the water when you look at the tree markings. Look at the black soil where it has been very saturated with water. I bet it is still pretty wet even now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marina2 View Post
    Does this pic show the bag in the distance? I can't tell for sure but it looks like it may be.

    http://www.rsxtaci.com/Caylee/195831.jpg

    I thought the same thing when I saw that photo.

    There is no other reason to take it except for what looks like a plastic bag there. And this photo was taken before any tent was put up you can tell by the sequence of the photos.

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    I am not trying to be a smart aleck but if when he did pick the bag up the skull fell out I bet he dropped it like real quick...I can't even imagine...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marina2 View Post
    Does this pic show the bag in the distance? I can't tell for sure but it looks like it may be.

    http://www.rsxtaci.com/Caylee/195831.jpg
    I dont think so cause if that was the bag and it was still under that much undergrowth how would the skull have came out of the bag?
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    Just thinking that this precious baby was thrown away like garbage is just more than I can take and it totally turns my stomach.

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    Looking at it even closer... it IS the bag



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    Quote Originally Posted by Marina2 View Post
    Does this pic show the bag in the distance? I can't tell for sure but it looks like it may be.

    http://www.rsxtaci.com/Caylee/195831.jpg
    I don't know Marina, but I do know that these close up pictures seem to run in sequential order and when this one was taken it doesn't appear as though they had done much but rope the area off. In all fairness though, it looks as if what appears to be a bag 'could be' damp tree roots.


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    Look at the photo I posted. There is no doubt that is the bag. Stare at it for a few and you will clearly see the outline of the garbage bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobbieDoll View Post
    Looking at it even closer... it IS the bag





    Thanks i was having a hard time figuring out what i was looking at.

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    Just my 2 cents worth ~

    I hope when folks look at these photos, there's no misconception about how easy it would be for someone to just stroll into this area and search. They have really cleared this area out. When we were searching in November, the areas they sent us to, which look exactly like this would have "pre-clearing", we literally had to bring our knees up to our chest to walk through the area, every step we took. Vines, vines, vines, saw palmetto palms, thick canopy of trees and bushes meshed together, and more vines. If you didn't have a machetti, you simply couldn't get through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobbieDoll View Post
    Looking at it even closer... it IS the bag


    I bet they did not intend for this one to be in those photos.........That is a bag and the most amazing thing to me are the orbs leading to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TURBOTHINK View Post
    There was heavy underbrush and it was cut away. You can tell that had been under the water when you look at the tree markings. Look at the black soil where it has been very saturated with water. I bet it is still pretty wet even now.
    Thanks for the tip re water level by tree markings. I was curious about just how deep the water had been.

    And you're right, that soil definately still looks moist.
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    Do you think they are orbs? I just figured they were a reflection since they are all perfect octagons.

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